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Summer Fruits in a Bottle: Juicing

Juicing means to extract the liquid out of fruits, vegetables or even herbs. There are many ways of juicing: the fresh way is for sure the better choice. I want to talk of fruit extracting as conservation of fruits of … Continue reading

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Milk&Co – Are Dairy Products Healthy for an Adult?

We all learn one thing about milk: we need to eat dairy and drink fresh milk as much as we can because it’s the best source for calcium. I remember well my mother who said at a certain point that … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be – Vitamin B 17

The vitamin B 17 was a looking-for-something-else-discover. I never thought before about bitterness and that it could be also good to eat it. I like rucola, a typical Mediterranean salad and which is bitter. But also grapefruit is a lot … Continue reading

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Turmeric – A Yellow Remedy for Nearly Everything

Who loves ginger, loves often also curry. And who loves curry loves also curcuma, also known as turmeric, Indian saffron or yellow ginger. The plant comes from Asia where it is used for thousands of years in the medicine and … Continue reading

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How to Avoid Spring Tiredness – and many other Issues

Doing my research about Vitamin B 17 I found in one article talking about Vitamin B 15. The benefits of Vitamin B 17 will increase when taken together with vitamin B 15. That made me curious and so I started … Continue reading

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